Student Assistant II – Department of Psychology

Applications are to be received by: 4:30 p.m. on October 23, 2020

Classification: Student Assistant II
Job Title: Marker/Inviligator
Employee Group: PSAC
Wage: $11.92/hour
Start Date: January 11, 2021
Date Issued: September 4, 2020
Hours of Work: See below
Length of Appointment: until April 16, 2021
Number of Positions: 6


Mark assignments, lab reports, and/or short answer test questions, invigilate midterm exams and other relevant duties as assigned, for the following courses:

Courses (Instructor)                         # positions     Total Hours per course

82.161 Intro Psych Part II (Senchuk)             1          up to 5 hours per test x 3 tests (max total 15 hrs)

82.161 Intro Psych Part II (Corenblum)        1          up to 5 hours per test x 3 tests (max total 15 hrs)

82.251 Fund of Research II (Watier)              1          up to 3.5 hrs per week for 10 wks (max total 35 hrs)

82.276 Behavior Analysis (Ross)                   1          up to 7.5 hours per test x 2 tests (max total 15 hrs)

82 361 Abnormal Psych (Edguer)                  1          up to 12 hours per test x 2 tests (max total 24 hrs)

Midterm invigilator various courses                1          up to 1 hour per test x 24 tests (max total 24 hrs)


Major in Psychology required; must have achieved B or above in the course(s) (or equivalent) applying for

Previous marking experience preferred

Ability to follow the marking guide and scheme efficiently and precisely and to meet deadlines

Attention to detail

Understanding of and ability to maintain confidentiality (Student assistants are expected to maintain confidentiality regarding all issues related to their marking.)

Invigilators cannot be enrolled in: 82:160, 82:161, 82:260, or 82:276

Please email your application indicating the position(s) applying for. Include: 1) a cover letter addressing your relevant work and volunteer experience, 2) resume, and 3) a copy of your academic transcript to:


Dr. Tammy McKenzie
Chair, Dept. of Psychology, Brandon University

Brandon University is committed to equity, welcomes diversity, and hires on the basis of merit. All qualified individuals who may contribute to the diversification of the University, especially women, persons with disabilities, Indigenous persons, racialized persons, and persons of all sexual orientations and genders are encouraged to apply. Canadian citizens and permanent residents are given priority. Evidence of citizenship must be provided.

We are committed to providing an inclusive and barrier-free work environment. This starts with the hiring process. If you require an accommodation during any phase of the evaluation process, please indicate it in your cover letter. All information received related to an accommodation is kept confidential. To ensure this employment opportunity is accessible to all interested individuals, this posting is available in an alternate format upon request.